In this week’s episode, Blonde is a downer, The Munsters is an upper, Hellraiser is a bummer, and evil finally dies tonight in Halloween Ends.
In this week’s episode, Jordan Peele brings us a spectacle about the dangers of spectacle with Nope, while Netflix’s generic house style does it again with The Gray Man.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew have a 2022 Summer Extravaganza with Thor: Love and Thunder, Stranger Things 4: Volume 2, Elvis, and The Black Phone.
In this week’s episode, Colin Trevorrow sets cinema back to the Mesozoic Era with Jurassic World: Dominion, while Adam Sandler balls with the Boa in Hustle.
In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise is the world’s wingman in Top Gun: Maverick, while the Duffer brothers are running up that hill with Stranger Things 4: Volume 1. Andrew also shares his thoughts on Alex Garland’s Men and Jerrod Carmichael’s On the Count of Three.
In this week’s episode, Richard Linklater returns to folky-americana…again with Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood, while Jacques Audiard examines sexual attraction with Paris, 13th District.
In this week’s episode, Joel Coen gets Shakespearian with The Tragedy of Macbeth, Olivia Colman masters portraying anxiety on-screen in The Lost Daughter, and Andrew longs for Wes Craven throughout 2022’s Scream.
In this week’s episode, Mike Mills gives us a hug with C’mon C’mon, Leo panics about the end of the world in Don’t Look Up, and Kidman and Bardem become Lucy and Desi in Being the Ricardos.
In this week’s episode, Kristen Stewart lives her life like a candle in the wind in Spencer, everyone’s unhappy in New York, especially a singing Andrew Garfield, in tick, tick…BOOM!, and Benedict Cumberbatch embraces his masculinity in The Power of the Dog.
In this week’s episode, we have all the time in the world for Daniel Craig’s Bond swan song No Time to Die, while Jake Gyllenhaal puts on a one-man show in The Guilty.